you could. but make sure it has the right resolution for your phone. Not quite sure what happens when you used low or oversized res bootanims. and make sure its named bottanimation.zip
maybe thats why when I tried to copy the new animation inside root folder I couldnt paste it there...yeah I dont think I will do any animation replace as I am very new at this and this is my first time flashing a rom even... I'll just wait for any pros to do it first... Thanks a lot for your warning.
I think it requires some knowledge of stuff if things go bad...and I really dont have that...so i decided to leave the boot animation for now... Really thanks for your replyIf you just remove the animation from the system, the system will boot as Android.
Definitely don't try to replace the animation with another one when the system is running. If there was a bootlop, you would have no way to fix it.
You can safely replace the animation only in recovery, in case of a bootlop you can put it back in recovery. If recovery allows you to exchange.